The 10 Reports That Comp Pros Need to Be Running in 2019
Leverage 10 reports to make better compensation decisions in 2019!
Reporting is always top-of-mind for compensation and remuneration professionals. Whether you’re answering executive inquiries about pay equity, evaluating salary compression, discussing hiring plans and headcount with department heads, or simply responding to comp questions from employees, your ability to the pull and interpret the right data for the right audience is critical to the success of your total rewards practice. And in today’s data-rich compensation landscape, strategic data management, effective reporting, and detailed analytics can mean the difference between making smart, data-driven decisions and simply drowning in data.
Join this webinar as Sarah Reynolds, Vice President of Marketing at Salary.com, explores how you can leverage just ten reports to transform how you make total rewards decisions this year. She’ll list the top ten reports you need to be running this year, focusing on critical practice areas like data accuracy, pay competitiveness, market movement, pay equity, and technology utilization. Additionally, she’ll share reporting tips from top compensation practitioners and consultants, explain how to leverage data-powered storytelling techniques to advance your reporting practice, and discuss how to build a business case for carving out dedicated reporting resources.
You will learn:
- Where you should focus your reporting efforts in 2019 to drive results
- Why pricing strategy and compensation data accuracy analytics will be top-of-mind for decision-makers in HR, Finance, and the C-suite this year
- How to leverage reporting to discuss hot compensation topics like market competitiveness, pay equity, pay transparency, and compensable factors with stakeholders across your business
- How to use data to address the new questions that Boards of Directors are asking in today’s evolving compliance landscape
- How to evaluate reporting needs and gaps in your current total rewards practice